Seneca County Sheriff Tim Luce provided his update for the month of June this week, highlighting his department activity over the previous 30 days.
Luce reports that June was a busy training month. Training and certifications were completed for Arson Investigation, Court Security, Child Abuse and Elder Abuse.
Other activity was reported as follows:
Total Calls For Service: 1293
Total Arrests: 58
Total new drug cases: 8
Total arrests: 35
Average Number of Inmates: 81
Monthly Total Made for Boarding In: $48,792.37 Yearly Total: $246,527.50
Total Summons/Complaints/Services: 58
Total Income Executions: 23
Total Evictions: 4
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE MONTH
June 1st: Deputies responded to a fatal motor vehicle accident on Rt. 96, in the Town of Covert. One person was killed; the investigation is continuing.
June 2nd: Investigations solved a residential burglary in the Town of Lodi and arrested the suspect.
June 3rd: Deputies responded to a violent domestic in the Town of Romulus. A woman was threatened to be doused with kerosene and lit on fire. The suspect was apprehended and charged without incident.
June 19th: The Dive Team recovered burglary evidence from Vancleef Lake for the Seneca Falls Police Department.
June 21st: The Sheriff’s Office hosted FBI training for an overview of: Sovereign Citizens, International Terrorism and Domestic Terrorism.
June 28th: Narco executed a search warrant in the Town of Lodi and took down a large cocaine trafficking operation. Three persons were arrested; drugs, cash and weapons were seized.